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Québecor Media Inc.
Subsidiary of public company
Industry Diversified media and broadcasting
Founded 2000
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Key people Pierre Karl Péladeau, President and CEO
Products Cable television
Services Broadcasting
Film production
Parent Quebecor Inc.
CDP Capital d’Amérique Investissements Inc.
Divisions Osprey Media
Sun Media
TVA Group

Québecor Media Inc. is a Canadian media company. Québecor Inc. owns the controlling interest with 54.72% while CDP Capital d’Amérique Investissements Inc. (a subsidiary of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, the provincial pension fund) owns the remaining 45.28%.[1]


  • Sun Media (newspapers) (includes the former Osprey Media)
  • TVA Group (broadcasting, publishing & production)
  • Vidéotron (cable television and internet service provider)
  • Canoe Inc. (internet websites including portal and
  • MediaPages (print and online directories)
  • TVA Publishing Inc. (largest magazine publishing company in Quebec)
  • Quebecor Media Book Group (book publishing companies)
  • Archambault stores (books, music and video)
  • Distribution Select (distributor of CDs and videos)
  • Le SuperClub Vidéotron (Movie rental stores)
  • Nurun Inc. (interactive agency)
  • Gestion Studios Bloobuzz S. E. C (a video games publisher)

Corporate governance

Board of directors:[2]

  • Serge Gouin—Chairman
  • André Delisle
  • Jean La Couture
  • A. Michel Lavigne
  • Samuel Minzberg
  • Brian Mulroney
  • Pierre Karl Péladeau—President, CEO and President and CEO of Quebecor Inc., Sun Media Corporation
  • Normand Provost

See also


External links

  • Official Quebecor Media Inc. website
  • CRTC chart of Quebecor Media Inc.'s assets (PDF)

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